The Ten Worst Video Media Disasters Of 2012

2012 was an election year, so it’s no surprise that politicians consistently committed the types of gaffes that took their campaigns far off message.

This year, we heard about the “47 percent,” “tacos,” and “chains.” But it wasn’t just politicians in trouble–an executive, a football coach, and three broadcast personalities also made the list.

Without further ado,


November 2012: The Five Worst Video Media Disasters

The presidential election is over.

The surest sign of that? Only one politician made this month’s media disasters list!

On this month’s list, you’ll find a disgruntled actor, two cable news hosts, and a new corporate leader who doesn’t seem to like television interviews.

Without any further ado, here are the five worst media disasters of November!



October 2012: The Five Worst Video Media Disasters

It’s little surprise that October was quite a month for media disasters.

Weird things happen in the final weeks of election season, and this month was no different. From the memorable presidential debates to a politician discussing rape to a California primary fight that almost turned violent, October was a month to remember.

Here, without further ado,


The 10 Worst Media Gaffes Of Election 2012

Next Tuesday, millions of Americans will head to their local polling places to select the next President of the United States.

It’s about time. We’ve been subjected to a two-year campaign in which the candidates have been on our television screens for hundreds of hours. Most of those hours have been unremarkable—but a few memorable moments


Obama vs. Romney Debate Scorecard: October 22, 2012

President Obama got crushed by Governor Romney in the first debate. He arguably won the second debate. And he decisively won tonight’s third and final debate.

The question is whether Mr. Obama’s two narrow debate victories were enough to compensate for the brutal blow in the first one. More on that at the end of this


A Memorable Message: Mitt Romney’s “Romnesia”

President Obama debuted a new stump speech late last week in which he accused Mitt Romney of suffering from “Romnesia.”

As Mr. Obama defined it, Romnesia occurs whenever his opponent tries to “forget” the policy positions he held during the primaries in an attempt to appeal to less conservative voters.

I strive to make this blog nonpartisan—so


Obama vs. Romney Debate Scorecard: October 16, 2012

The first presidential debate wasn’t even close. As you may remember, Governor Romney crushed President Obama, leading to liberal despair and sinking poll numbers for the President.

The tables turned tonight. Mr. Obama scored a decisive victory over a diminished Mitt Romney.

Now, I know that some people will say I’m falling victim to a predictable


What President Obama Needs To Do Tonight

President Obama is perilously close to snatching defeat from the jaws of victory and losing his bid for re-election.

Although I try to refrain from overstatement on this blog, I truly believe that tonight’s debate, the second, is a make or break moment for the President. If he bombs again tonight, I believe odds are good

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